Tag Archives: Moses

Radix Fidem Curriculum 02

3. Abraham through Moses Ask the Hebrew people and their primary ancestor is Abraham, so we’ll start there. We know he first appears as a resident of Ur. His ethnic identity is unknown, but we do know something about his … Continue reading

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I’m not going to tell you that is no power outside the biblical Covenant of Christ. When Moses stood up in Pharaoh’s court, we see that the magicians were in some ways on par with Moses in terms of wonders. … Continue reading

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Psalm 90

Thus we begin the Fourth Book of Psalms. The psalms that follow are generally liturgical in nature, as are those of the Fifth Book. Perhaps it’s divided between 106 and 107 only for convenience in terms of size, because the … Continue reading

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Heart of Faith: Chapter 8

Chapter 8 — More on Legalism It seems odd that mainstream Christianity is so quick to nitpick over some passages of Scripture — what Christ called “sifting out gnats” from flour — and swallowing the camel on other passages (Matthew … Continue reading

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BLDJ: Chapter 3

(Serializing here the draft of my book, Biblical Law: Divine Justice.) 3. Basic Biblical Law Code The Covenant of Moses was for that people, in that land, at that time in history. It was never meant to be universal. Further, … Continue reading

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A Little Scholarship, Please — Part 2

We are the bride of Christ. You can’t make a parable walk on all-fours, but symbols are chosen for a reason. The most manly shepherd in the Kingdom of Heaven still has to understand the bride’s perspective on things. You … Continue reading

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